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# Find the midpoint and length of each side using the placement

below. What is the advantage of using 2h instead of h for the leg lengths?

Hint:

### Use distance formula.

## The correct answer is: Midpoint of EF = (h,0), midpoint of ED =(0,h) and midpoint of DF =(√2 h)

### Complete step by step solution:

Here, length of EF = 2h (x axis direction)

Length of ED = 2h (y axis direction)

Since △DEF is right angled triangle, we have

Midpoint of EF = (h,0), midpoint of ED =(0,h) and midpoint of DF

Midpoint of EF = (h,0), midpoint of ED =(0,h) and midpoint of DF

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